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I could send it to you threw google talk or I can try and e-mail it to you wink.gif

DropBox / Google Drive / SkyDrive could be a solution

You could also keep version or track for each Bios and a folder for each brand and etc, just like fernando do with his files !
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Ok, I'll look into that thumb.gif
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Hi,

Could I please ask about the ASUS Z77-V LK?
Crappy board doesn't have the USB Flashback option but would like to try anyhow if possible.

http://support.asus.com/download.aspx?SLanguage=en&p=1&s=39&m=P8Z77-V%20LK&os=30&hashedid=J4TfLoZ8TXyFAkFb
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The EZ-Flash will block a MOD BIOS , So not sure a MOD BIOS would work for you
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Could i please ask you for the BIOS file and at least I'll have had a go?
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@jspuds,

I have same mobo. Did you find any solution to flash moded bios?
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The EZ-Flash will block a MOD BIOS , So not sure a MOD BIOS would work for you
It seems possible to flash a modded BIOS even into the checksum sensitive BIOS chip of ASUS P8xxx boards without the USB Flashback option.
This procedure requires a tool named Flash Toolkit (FTK). Further informations are here available: http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1726429
A german user has layed down a description about the procedure. You can find it >here<</a>
Edited by Fernando 1 - 2/14/13 at 3:00am
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Thanks guys, going to give it a go over the next couple of hours and will let you know how I get on
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Garikfox, any chance you could throw up an update for the P8Z77-V Premium with 1805? My heart sank when I saw that only 1709 is in the thread smile.gif

I have the latest 1805 bios installed, but unfortunately, it only includes an 11.0.0.1339 OROM.

And if it's too much trouble, I'd be more than happy to do it myself, if you could share some insight on the process. I noticed that most of the other P8Z77 boards have the 1805 update, so I'm not sure if the Premium has some functionality in it that's causing hiccups.

Much obliged!
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